A new Target store is being constructed along Chestnut Street between 11th and 12th Streets — and that has folks who live in the area pretty excited.
Some young professionals looking to make life easier are turning to a trend that’s slowly becoming known as “uniforming.”
Free mammograms and speakers about breast health were some of the highlights Wednesday at the sixth annual BreastFest in Germantown.
The former Marathon Grill farm in Brewerytown is is one of many plots of land in Philadelphia being taken over by the city’s department of parks and recreation.
Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia celebrated 160 years on Wednesday with a birthday party at the Please Touch Museum.
On the heels of his trade to the Texas Rangers, former Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels is thanking the fans in a full-page ad in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Several hundred Salvation Army summer campers spent Wednesday at Citizen’s Bank Park for the Day With The Philadelphia Phillies Christmas In July event.
The war memorial is located at the Rising Sun, Wyoming and Masher intersection.
The culinary community of Philadelphia is gathering Thursday night at Fork restaurant for a fundraiser of co-owner and chef Eli Kulp who was seriously injured in the Amtrak derailment this past May.
If you plan on catching a cab to see Pope Francis in Philadelphia this September, you might want to prepare a backup plan.
Coming up this month: two food-related fundraisers for worthy causes, and the reopening of the “Independence Beer Garden,” at 6th and Market.
“We’ve been telling students to just either silence their phones, turn it off, or give it to the person in the car with you,” one student leader advises.
Hadas reports on several entertaining food events coming up soon in Philadelphia.
The fastest texter won a scholarship to court reporting school.
Gregory Harris was a Penn doctoral student studying the “Occupy” movement when he was tackled and arrested by a Philadelpha police officer.